|Botanical Name||Plumeria acutifolia Poir.|
|Origin||India, Asia and the Philippines.|
|Appearance||a viscous to pasty|
|Color||yellowish-orange to orange-brown|
|Odor||heavy-smelling, warm, exotic odor, with varied and somewhat greasy floral notes|
|Biochemical composition of the essential oil||The volatile fraction of the absolute is organized around a large pole of more than 40% alcohol. of which linalool 37%) and its trans-linalool oxides (10%), accompanied by nitrogenous compounds, as well as a very small amount of lactones giving it its characteristic floral-fruity note (peach, coconut, etc.): ô |
– and γ-decalactones (0.30 and 0.05%), γ-hexa- and dodecalactones (0.05% each).
The ointment smells very much of the live flower, with a typical salicylate note; the headspace of the product is composed of about 80% alcohols, halved between linalool and 2-phenyl ethanol, plus the other molecules already mentioned in the absolute, 4,8, 12-trimethyl-1, 3 (E), 7 (E), 11-tridecatetraene.
|Therapeutic properties||brings calm and serenity Its neurotropic and general effects|
|Main therapeutic indications|